The problem was that we did not have the manual for the TV. The owner was playing with the TV and sele cted the picture within a picture option. This was what we attempted to use to view the image. I finally got to the full screen and everything worked fine. Homer
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You most likely need to change which input the TV is displaying. There should be a source or input button (on the TV and/or remote) which you should be able to use to do this. Just go through the options while the DVDlayer is on.
hi mate, did you sort this problem out, i have bought same tv but when u switch it on the rgb2 screen comes up and you cant change it by buttons at the bottom, i dont have a remote either.
what universal remote shall i get and how do i enable the buttons at the bottom
Yes, if your laptop has a VGA out port (that is the external display port - usually blue with 15 pins).
The NEC display has a VGA input on the right-hand side.
You just need a VGA cable that you plug in both connectors.
Then, read your laptop manual to determine how to activate the external display (usually the FN key with an other key that has a display icon on it).
On the NEC display, make sure it is using the RGB1 input (use the remote to activate this input).
That should do it.
NOTE: Make sure your laptop is using a reasonable screen resolution (that is 640x480 or 800x600).
Lol, I'm not a Guru but I am a Wiz, so I can help. Usually, those lines you see, are from the burning of a channel. It's when the plasma gases inside of the screen stick to the screen and don't come off, it's permanent. Unless your T.V. type has on the menu a Screen Burn Protection like a 50 inch Samsung I have. The only reason it burns is because bright white lines in front of a dark background. Usually HD channels have small icons so they don't stick in the screen, so unless it's under warranty, you can take it back, but if not, then sorry. You can't do anything with no warranty or receipt.